CN Tower, Toronto

Transportation in Toronto

Public transportation Toronto’s well-developed mass transit system is managed by two companies. The main connections in the city center are operated by the Toronto Transit Commission (TTC; Tel: (416) 393 46 36. Internet: www.ttc.ca), including the subway, the express train as well as the trams and buses. The two subway lines in Toronto operate Mon-Sat from 6 […]

Kuwait

Mass Media in the Middle East

Mass media in Kuwait Kuwait – Middle East Kuwait is a state in Asia. The capital of the country is Kuwait. Around 4.1 million Kuwait people, Kuwait people of other nationalities, live in Kuwait. The official language is Arabic. Kuwait covers an area of ​​around 18,000 km² and is about seven times the size of […]

United States

Mass Media in the United States

Press From the earliest beginnings in Boston in 1690, the American press has developed into a major industry, and in the United States more newspapers and magazines are published than in any other country. There are approx. 11,000 different magazines and magazines in the United States; about. 1450 daily newspapers with a total circulation of […]

Africa's industrial sector

Africa Industry

By independence, most countries had only a very modest industrial sector. Only in South Africa, Zimbabwe (formerly known as Southern Rhodesia according to countryaah) and Egypt did industrialization begin before 1960. This meant that African countries faced large investments in order to create the basis of a local industry. The infrastructure, including especially energy facilities, […]

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EU Legislative Process

When new legislation is initiated in the EU – which stands for European Union by abbreviationfinder, it is the European Commission that formulates and presents the bill. The Commission has a central legislative function, where it decides whether to propose new legislation, what the proposal should contain and the type of act. The most common […]

Nicaragua Arts and Literature

Nicaragua Arts and Literature

Literature The portal figure in Nicaragua’s literature is the poet Rubén Darío, the founder of Spanish American modernism. Nicaragua has remained the foremost poetry land in Central America during the 20th century. A break with the influence of Darío occurred in the mid-1920’s with José Coronel Urtecho and Joaquín Pasos, characterized by avant-garde language, deep […]

Panama Arts and Literature

Panama Arts and Literature

Literature, drama and theater One of the most prominent representatives of Spanish American modernism, Darío Herrera, poet and prose writer, came from Panama. His short story collection “Horas lejanas” (‘Distant Hours’) was published in 1903, the year Panama became an independent nation. Poetry, however, has long been the foremost literary form of expression in Panama. […]

United States Arts and Literature

USA Arts and Literature

Literature 17th-17th centuries: Colonial times When the first colonizers from Europe came to America, there was already an ancient literature. But the poetry and prose of the Indians was orally practiced, and the new residents had little interest in documenting it. The first written literature consisted largely of letters, travelogues, sermons and autobiographies, most of […]

Canada Arts and Literature

Canada Arts and Literature

Literature Both cultures in Canada – one English speaker with a Presbyterian heritage and one with the roots of pre-revolutionary, strictly Catholic French culture – are the backdrop against which literature must be viewed. The northern location, the wilderness and the great distances have created a certain Canadian mentality, which is common to both cultures, […]